• Has anyone put a bobber kit on their bike and if so is it hard to do

    Has anyone put a bobber kit on their bike and if so is it hard to do

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    • first, you get a nice welding rig. for some of us, that adds the step of getting a friend that knows how to use it.Then some tubular steel, and a little imagination.

      next thing you know, you have a hard tail, and possibly have put out a few small fires.

      my welder is a little spastic

    • Lol thanks for that man

    • seriously though, looking at some of these kits isn't a bad first step, some of them look pretty nice

    • Yeah I think I'm going to get the kit then go from there

    • You don't need a kit, do it yourself, it'll be better

    • the irony is that you haev kits in your name

    • Yeah I don't know I just it to get done for now they go from there

    • I saw an Aero ( Basically a Spirit with a drive shaft ) that was mod'd into a bobber. It was really impressive. These bikes really look good when done properly. It was all blacked out with powder coating and had a drifter seat and a springer front end. I wanted to steal it....but the guy was too fast lol

    • That would be my dads fault!

    • Lol